March 2, 2024

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Ezra Miller: The Flash star pleads guilty to trespass but avoids jail 

As part of a plea agreement to avoid jail time, US actor Ezra Miller admitted to breaking the law by breaking into a neighbour’s home.

The Justice League actor and Fantastic Beasts actor had been accused of breaking into a house, and now the charge has been withdrawn.

On Friday, Vermont’s Bennington court heard a case involving Miller, 30.

The celebrity must now abstain from drinking, pay a $500 (£410) fine, and serve a year on probation.

Miller, who uses the pronouns they and them, will also be subject to sporadic drug testing and be required to continue receiving mental health care.

In May last year, they were charged with breaking into a residence close to where they lived and robbing the kitchen of alcohol bottles.

The accusations of trespassing and burglary, which the actor who plays the Flash in DC Comics movies first pleaded not guilty to, have been dismissed in exchange for a guilty plea to the latter.

Miller’s attorney issued the following statement to US media: “Ezra Miller pled guilty this morning to a misdemeanour of unlawful trespass in Vermont Superior Court and accepted the terms set by the court.”

“Ezra would like to thank the court and the community for their trust and patience throughout this process and would once again like to acknowledge the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who continue to be an important part of their ongoing mental health,” the statement reads.

The actor has been involved in several high-profile conflicts and mishaps, including getting detained twice in Hawaii in 2022.

They were later accused of unruly behaviour, harassment, and second-degree assault.

They paid a $500 (£442) fine and $30 (£26) in court fees after entering a no-contest plea to the assault charge. Later, the harassment accusation was dropped.

The Flash, the superhero’s first standalone movie from Warner Bros., is still scheduled to release later this year, and the actor is still attached to star in it.